Event Support

Family Fun Day

Thank to to Chris for coming along to our Family Fun Day which we held to celebrate 10 years of our charity. It was great to have Imagination Gaming there and to offer the chance for visitors to play games as part of the day. The weather wasn't too kind to us so having plenty of entertainment inside was much needed! Visitors of all ages were engaged with a variety of games and it did get quite competitive!! A lot of fun was had by all!

Name: 

Clare Harris

Position: 

Charity Manager

Organisation: 

Emily Harris Foundation

Supporting Enrichment and Youth Work Projects in the City

As an Assistant Service Manager for Enrichment and Learning my rolee involves managing the Children’s University team in Sheffield and supporting enrichment and youth work projects in the city.

Sheffield Children’s University, part of Sheffield City Council, has worked with Imagination Gaming for several years as one of our accredited Learning Destinations. Nigel and Chris have provided a reliable and high quality service to young people in the city using modern board and card games to both educate and entertain. We have found Imagination Gaming to be inventive and flexible in their approach to supporting young people from a range of different backgrounds and abilities.

Some of the work they have done for Sheffield Children’s University includes:

-       The development of an educational games box at 3 key stages, including an explanatory booklet and work towards an extensive inter-school games tournament, which was very well received by our participating primary schools. Games were carefully selected to promote numeracy, literacy and social skills.

-       A Games Tournament tailored to the needs of a local special school

-       Regular open access games workshops in local libraries and the Winter Gardens for children and families to enjoy together.

-       A dedicated gaming day pulling together various different gaming retail outlets from across the city to showcase their specialisms and allow families to try new games out.

Example comments from staff and pupils at schools participating in Games Tournament:

Teacher comment: The benefits were to build the children’s confidence and to be able to work as team working with other children from across Sheffield.

Pupil comment: “Taking part in the Games tournament made me feel part of a team, also it was nice to visit another school and make new friends”

Teacher comment: Now the students have the buzz from the day they are telling other students who then want to join the club. Also school will buy other similar games from Imagination Gaming so the students don’t get bored with the same ones all the time.

Pupil comment: “Taking part in the Games tournament made me feel…more confident in meeting students from other schools, helps me with spelling.

Name: 

Helen Nichols

Position: 

Assistant Service Manager – Enrichment and Learning

Organisation: 

Sheffield City Council

Women's Institute Annual Games Night

Jill - There was a really good friendly atmosphere tonight.  I think Imagination Gaming is just the right start for our new year as well.

Lindsay - Great evening, wish I had got round to trying some more of the games.

Gill - Thank you Imagination Gaming.  It was a really fun evening with lots of different games that you don't normally see.  Lots of educational ones too.

Di - What a wonderful night!  I am going to recommend other groups I belong to, to book Imagination Gaming.

Brenda - Really enjoyable evening with testing, interesting games.

Carole - The gaming evening was very interesting and educational.  I would recommend it to other groups or schools.

Sue (Secretary) - Imagination Gaming is on our programme every year - what a wonderful way to celebrate our birthday with Games and Cake.  Thanks to Nigel who makes the evening worthwhile.  I'm building up a nice collection of games!

Name: 

Various

Position: 

Secretary and members

Organisation: 

Ravenfield WI